WHO: Representatives of The Pat Summitt Foundation, Kyra Elzy and husband Dexter Lander, Matthew Mitchell and Jenna Mitchell, staff and team members of the Kentucky Women’s Basketball Team.
WHAT: The 2016-17 season SEC Win Challenge Check Presentation: Women’s basketball fans have joined Kyra and Dexter each of the last five seasons by making personal pledges per SEC victory of their respective teams. As a result, the SEC Win Challenge has raised over $110,000 for The Pat Summitt Foundation.
WHERE: Joe Craft Center/Memorial Coliseum Media Room
338 Lexington Avenue
Louisville, KY 40508
WHEN: Monday, April 24, 2017 2:00 P.M.
Parking at the Craft Center:
Please be aware that parking at the Joe Craft Center is limited. You must have a valid UK parking pass to park in the E lot outside the Craft Center. If you don’t have a media pass, you may acquire one at the UK Parking and Transportation Office on Press Avenue with proof of your press credentials.
To receive a parking pass, go to 206E of the Mathews Building (606 South Limestone Street) and see Lori Minter (Lori.Minter@uky.edu.) She will give you a card-sized application to fill out and will give you further instructions. Her office hours are M-F, 7 a.m.-4 p.m.
Please keep in mind that you must park between two white lines. The media pass does not grant you the ability to park in metered spaces, handicap spots, on curbs, etc. Parking is no longer available in the Wildcat Coal Lodge circle spaces (service or reserved). Those who are not parked between two white lines are subject to a citation and may risk having their vehicle towed.
If the Craft Center lot is full, we recommend that you check the Lexington Avenue lot near High Street, the Linden Walk lot or the pay-to-park option at parking structure No. 5. For a full map of UK’s parking lots, please visit http://www.uky.edu/pts/parking-info_parking-maps.
About The Pat Summitt Foundation: The Pat Summitt Foundation, a fund of East Tennessee Foundation, was established by Pat and Tyler Summitt in November 2011. Its mission is to award grants to non-profit organizations that advance research for treatment and a cure, provide support for patients and caregivers, and educate the public on Alzheimer’s disease. In 2015, The Pat Summitt Foundation formed a strategic partnership with The University of Tennessee Medical Center to create The Pat Summitt Clinic. The clinic, which opened in December 2016, greatly improves access to healthcare services for families and patients facing Alzheimer’s disease in a facility created to advance Alzheimer’s research, detection, treatment, family caregiver support, and ultimately, lead to a cure. To learn more please visit www.patsummitt.org, like us on facebook.com/patsummittfoundation, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @webackpat.
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